UST-PS/2 keyboards - was Model M Key Cap Replacement
pete at dunnington.plus.com
Sun Jun 5 14:28:17 CDT 2016
On 05/06/2016 19:57, Chuck Guzis wrote:
> On 06/05/2016 10:09 AM, COURYHOUSE at aol.com wrote:
>> my real IBM clicky keyboard does not have usb so I tried various
>> usb adapters and they could be flaky,... you would have to start
>> computer then have to unplug and reinsert keyboard connection
>> anyone have a solve for this? thanks Ed#
> I use a no-name cheapie keyboar+mouse adapter that looks like a "y"
> cable more than anything. Works fine on USB for both. I think I paid
> about $2 shipped from China.
I've had a few and found the ones that look like a Y-cable work far
better than the ones that look like a little lump of an adapter. I use
my Indy keyboard through a KVM and one of the Y-cable adapters to a PC
and an SGI, and used to have the same setup at work.
But has anyone found a decent solution to connecting a USB mouse - such
as a wireless mouse - to a PS/2 machine? Eg my nice Logitech MX to an
Indy? I know there are some adapters for older Logitech mice, but
they're just wiring rearrangements for mice that already understand PS/2.
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